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    DS was shocking as a baby... never in bed before 10 and it was tiring.
    We finally trained him to go to bed at 7.30 and he sleeps at least 12-13 hours, it's fantastic!
    DD was heading along the same path as DS, so I put a quick stop to that. She does wake around 11-12, but we resettle her and she's off again. She wakes up when DS wakes up.

    I don't think I could handle them not being in bed by 7.30. I LOVE my few hours of time at night just me a hubby. I don't know how we survived before.

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    bubby (6.5months) is down for the count anywhere from 8.45pm - 9.30pm and wakes at around 8am, but is happy to lay in his cot for another 30 mins playing.

    if he went to bed at 7 which he has done before, hes up at like 5 in the morning screaming for a bottle. *no no not having that

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    My little 11mo girl has been working on a 1am bedtime for several months. And sometimes pushes past that even (though 1am is my limit and I just take her to bed with me to crawl all over me for the next few hours until she finally goes to sleep).

    Last night I thought I was so lucky, she went to bed at 11:30pm.


 

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